10 Minute Malt Chocolate Fudge Recipe

The simplest things in life are quite possibly the most decadent.

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This, 10-min one-bowl chug and go recipe is at the top of my list for a delicious treat. I admit, I did go overboard with a lot of ingredients, but the crunch of biscuits paired with  gooey marshmallows was a match made in heaven. Before we get into the ingredients, I must add that this recipe is merely a guide, you can switch up flavours that you prefer; change dark chocolate to white or make a christmassy version with orange zest and cranberries (It’s June and I’m already thinking Christmas!)

Whatever you do, don’t forget to tag me in your pictures @heena_mak on Instagram


  1. 340g Hershey’s Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips
  2. 2 Heaping Tbsp. Malt Powder (I used Horlicks)
  3. Sweetened Condensed Milk (To taste, I used 3/4 of the way through)
  4. 10-14 Chunky Crushed Digestive Biscuits
  5. 1 Tbsp. Butter
  6. 1 Tsp. Sea Salt
  7. 10-15 Crushed Maltesers
  8. Mini Marshmallows
  9. Crushed Walnuts
  10. Crushed Hazelnuts

I started by heating my Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips with condensed milk and butter. I added some milk to loosen the mixture until it was a thick pourable consistency. Let it cool for 5 minutes. Chug all the remaining ingredients in the pan and give it a good mix.

Pour in a square pan lined with foil or plastic wrap. Let it cool for 4-5 hours.

BLOGMAS 7 – Christmas Chewy Chocolate Brownies

When I think of brownies, I think of the ooey-goey texture with a decadent, in fact all-consuming chocolate flavour and a few textural additions. This is on point with the Christmas feeling (and flavour) and will be a welcome switch over from Christmas pudding this year.

Here’s the recipe, do try out and let me know how it goes. DSCF9720 Continue reading BLOGMAS 7 – Christmas Chewy Chocolate Brownies

Hot Cocoa Recipes – CHRISTMAS EDITION!

If you’ve been following my Instagram on @heena_mak, you would see my recent addiction for hot cocoa. Experimenting with types of chocolates and flavours, I’ve drafted a basic recipe, which is further infused with different ingredients, so literally, pick your own cup of hot chocolate! This is my Christmas Edition for seasons hottest (pun intended) drink!  Continue reading Hot Cocoa Recipes – CHRISTMAS EDITION!

Lush Cupcake Review


Nothing can go wrong with such an amazing brand of organic skincare, cosmetics and hair range. Lush Cupcake is in a Chocolate Flavour and is delicious for the skin. Preventing breakout and reducing redness, the face mask is also very clarifying.

I’d recommend it for combination – oily skin only as the mask specifically deals with mildly problematic skin. Love love love the flavour and how it leaves my skin feeling.


  • Perfect for Oily/ Combination Skin
  • Smells Delicious
  • Organic
  • Clarifying


  • Not suitable for normal and dry skin

Available at all Lush Outlets for Dhs 60